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Zabel RW, Anderson JJ, Shaw P. A multiple reach model to describe the migratory behavior of Snake River yearling chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences [Internet]. 1998 ;55:658-667. Available from:
Beer WN, Anderson JJ. Modelling upstream migration of Chinook salmon and steelhead trout. [Internet]. Submitted . Available from:
Beer WN, Anderson JJ. Modelling the Growth of Salmonid Embryos. Journal of Theoretical Biology [Internet]. 1997 ;189:297-306. Available from:
Anderson JJ, Zabel RW, Hinrichsen RA. Modeling the impacts of John Day drawdown on the survival of salmonid stocks. [Internet]. 2000 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/anderson/
Steel AE, Guttorp P, Anderson JJ, Caccia DC. Modeling Juvenile Salmon Migration Using a Simple Markov Chain. Journal of Agricultural, Biological & Environmental Statistics [Internet]. 2001 ;6:80-88. Available from:
Zabel RW, Anderson JJ. A model of the travel time of migrating juvenile salmon, with an application to Snake River spring chinook. North American Journal of Fisheries Management [Internet]. 1997 ;17:93-100. Available from:<0093:AMOTTT>2.3.CO;2
Anderson JJ, Feist BE, Miyamoto R, McConnell SO. Measurement of Low Frequency Sound at Bonneville, McNary and Lower Granite Dams--1988. [Internet]. 1989 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/anderson/Anderson1989.pdf
Anderson JJ, Gurarie E, Zabel RW. Mean free-path length theory of predator-prey interactions: Application to juvenile salmon migration. Ecological Modelling [Internet]. 2005 ;186:196-211. Available from:
Nestler JM, Goodwin RA, Smith DL, Anderson JJ. Mathematical & Conceptual Framework for the New Discipline of Ecohydraulics. In: Wood P, Hannah D, Sadler J Hydroecology and Ecohydrology: Past, Present and Future. Hydroecology and Ecohydrology: Past, Present and Future. New York: Wiley; 2008. pp. 205-224.